Celebrity Gossip

APPROXIMATELY $1 MILLION WORTH OF JEWELRY STOLEN FROM LORI LOUGHLIN’S HOME: According to E! News, Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, lost $1 million worth of jewelry when their home was broken into earlier this month. They were not at home during the time of the incident. Masked thieves reportedly entered their home by breaking a bedroom window. Authorities say it is hard to identify suspects from the surveillance footage.

BRIAN COX SAYS JOHNNY DEPP IS “SO OVERBLOWN, SO OVERRATED” IN NEWLY RELEASED MEMOIR: Succession star Brian Cox is voicing opinions without reserve in his new memoir, Putting the Rabbit in the Hat. According to Page Six, Cox wrote about turning down a part in Pirates of the Caribbean: “Another thing with ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ is that it’s very much the ‘Johnny Depp as Jack Sparrow’ show, and Depp, personable though I’m sure he is, is so overblown, so overrated.” Cox continued, “I mean, ‘Edward Scissorhands.’ Let’s face it, if you come on with hands like that and pale, scarred-face make-up, you don’t have to do anything. And he didn’t. And subsequently, he’s done even less. But people love him. Or they did love him. They don’t love him so much these days, of course.”

AMBER ROSE SAYS THE KARDASHIANS DIDN’T DESERVE RESURFACED TWEET: In light of the Kim Kardashian and Kanye “Ye” West drama, an old tweet of Amber Rose’s resurfaced which reads, “@kanyewest I’ll leave that up to the Kartrashians to humiliate u when they’re done with u.” At the time, West said he had to take 30 showers after dating Rose. TMZ reports that Rose has addressed the resurfaced tweet, emphasizing the correct spelling of “KarDASHians” this time around. She added that the tweet was immature of her and wrote, “Kim nor her sister deserved that tweet and y’all shouldn’t co-sign that either.”

JOHN GOODMAN SAYS SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE AUDITION WAS “WORST THING I’VE EVER DONE”: According to People, John Goodman shared some details about his failed audition for the sixth season of Saturday Night Live in 1980. On The Tonight Show Friday (January 14th), Goodman said, “It’s the worst thing I’ve ever done in front of people in my life. I wrote something about 15 minutes before I went over there and, oh, god, it was awful.” Goodman made his SNL debut in 1989, and he went on to host the show a total of 13 times. Jimmy Fallon added that Goodman was “one of the best hosts in the history of the show.”